June 6, 2023

Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government on Wednesday put an end to the speculation that such a step would be taken in the state in view of the re-lockdown (captive) in Bihar and several other states of the country in the wake of the rising outbreak of Kovid-19. Markets will open five days a week in every district. Additional Chief Secretary of the Home and Information Department of the state, Avnish Kumar Awasthi told here that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, while reviewing the process of ‘unlock’, found that in some districts, the markets were still closed from Monday to Friday. is. On this, the Chief Minister ordered that all the District Magistrate, Chief Secretary and the government should strictly follow the order given by them.

Markets will open for 5 days.
He said that according to the orders of the Chief Minister, markets will be open in every district five days a week in every situation. He said that in any case, there will be no adverse situation in the market opening from 9 am to 9 pm for five days. The Chief Minister’s order comes at a time when it has been decided to declare a shutdown from 16 to 31 July in view of the increasing cases of Kovid-19 infection in the neighboring state of Bihar. Apart from this, bandh is being implemented as per local level in various areas of 12 states including Karnataka. It was believed that in view of the fast growing infection in Uttar Pradesh, a bandh can also be implemented here.

Awasthi said that a special cleanliness drive will be conducted in the state every Saturday and Sunday. Plastics below the standard set in the state will not be used. Everyone has been instructed towards this. He said that the Chief Minister believes that the ban on plastics will also have a good impact on cleanliness.

He told that Uttar Pradesh is far behind only Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra in the case of Kovid investigation. However, compared to these states, the cases of infection in Uttar Pradesh are many times less. Awasthi said that a new Kovid testing laboratory will be set up in Ghaziabad this month and 50 thousand samples will be tested soon. He said that the Chief Minister has given instructions that Uttar Pradesh should be taken to the top by the end of this month in the matter of investigation.

Additional Chief Secretary told that the Chief Minister has asked to take special vigilance in Kanpur Nagar, Amroha, Lucknow and Jhansi. Instructing to take special action regarding the transition of policemen, the Chief Minister has said that policemen should get gloves, masks and sanitizers and adopt the protocol of barracks.